The curvature is perfect: no flab at the spine, and so nice for nibbling, especially the crunchy, charred edges around threads of tender meat. The silky-sweet hoisin glaze pumped up with ginger and garlic is meant for licking.
Ground buffalo has come onto the market as a wonderfully lean alternative to ground beef. Considered America’s original red meat, buffalo is as tasty as beef when used for burgers, is lower in fat than choice beef, and has less cholesterol than Grill Every Day cookbook for mail-order information if free-range grass-fed buffalo meat is… Read More
China bowls are highly overrated. I mean, who needs a bowl when you can slit open a snack bag of chips, pour chili on top, and grab a spoon? They’ve been doing this at Texas tailgate parties for years. Nothing leaks, and there’re no dishes to wash-how great is that? Fancy-up this party dish by… Read More
This is popcorn for grown-ups! And what a great gift to give to college-age friends or family, young couples, or those married with children who are staying in for a date night. (Suggest on their gift card to pop in a movie and pop up some fresh popcorn once the kids are off to bed.)… Read More
For those with an herb garden, this summertime dip is a bundle of fresh-clipped herbs in a delicate green, creamy sauce. Light and refreshingly herbaceous, the perfect dippers are garden-fresh vegetables, such as asparagus spears, baby carrots, radishes, zucchini spears, cucumber slices, and broccoli or cauliflower florets.
The flavor of fresh crabmeat is so fabulous all on its own that my goal in developing a crab dip was to use a minimum of ingredients. I wanted to highlight the crab flavor and texture, not mask it. Though I keep a jar of sambal oelek—an Indonesian hot chile pepper paste—in my refrigerator at… Read More
This dip is packed with chunks of spicy-hot chorizo, punctuated with fire-roasted chiles, and speckled with bits of fresh tomato. The cheese, of course, isn’t sliced from a boxed loaf; it’s a flavorful, reduced-fat Mexican shredded cheese combo of mild Colby cheese, Monterey Jack, and nutty Cheddar cheese.
I don’t know what the orange goopy stuff is that’s served with tortilla chips at ballparks in sectioned, Styrofoam trays, but it sure isn’t the real-deal, finger-lickin’ chile con queso that I know. This is the real deal. This dip is packed with chunks of spicy-hot chorizo, punctuated with fire-roasted chiles, and speckled with bits… Read More